THE Wee Sauchie summer revolution continues to gather pace as the Clacks side aim to prove local really is best. 

The club's Junior branch has added a host of Wee County born and bred talent to their ranks following a mostly successful maiden campaign. 

Sean Preston and Adam Green, who both previously played for Sauchie, are among those to commit to life under boss Stuart McInnes as he puts in the groundwork ahead of football's return. 

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For McInnes, he believes it is vital to have as many local lads involved with the East Region side as possible and he says you can already see the community jumping at the chance to support them. 

He told Advertiser Sport: "People love to get behind those from their area and you can already see that.

"One thing which is new for us this year is that we put our players out to be sponsored and within hours ten had been snapped up. I was just thinking 'wow'. I'm sure even some of our boys were sponsored quicker than Fraser Duncan's side! 

"We hope this will get even more behind us and what we are trying to do with the community club. If it gets 20 or 30 into Beechwood every few weeks to watch us, then that's brilliant." 

He added: "In the likes of Sean and Adam these are guys who are coming here who will want to show what they can do. I know what it's like being in a changing room with senior players when you're just a teenager. 

"It can be an intimidating place and you don't always express yourself. They've gone away and matured and now can't wait to play for the club." 

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Meanwhile, an online concert raised more than £400 for the club, thanks to a local singer. 

Tullibody man Danny Wilson held the event on Friday night with all proceeds going to support the Reds during football's shutdown.